Display synonyms

dĭ-splā'
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A large scale public showing of objects or products.
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To demonstrate is defined as to show something by example.
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Show is defined as to bring into view, teach, or display.
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Printed matter set across a page, or across several columns, of a newspaper, magazine, etc.
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Something that serves as a pattern of behaviour to be imitated (a good example) or not to be imitated (a bad example).
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A festive occasion marked by parades and sometimes special foods and other entertainment.
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An extravagant display or large amount:
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The art or technique of composing such discourses.
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To cause to be seen; show:
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Flaunt is defined as to go out of your way to display something, such as your wealth or your body, in a manner that is generally considered offensive, inappropriate or gaudy.
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An attempt to assume or exhibit what is not natural or real; false display; artificial show.
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A shining material used for ornamental purposes; especially, a very thin, gauzelike cloth with much gold or silver woven into it; also, very thin metal overlaid with a thin coating of gold or silver, brass foil, or the like.
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(Publishing) The process of arranging editorial content, advertising, graphics and other information to fit within certain constraints.
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To display to good advantage
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(Obsolete) To make a pompous display; to conduct.
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To urge the adoption of; advocate:
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The definition of an exhibit is a collection of art or objects on display for the public to see.
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A show
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(Intransitive, idiomatic) To attract attention to for the purpose of bragging or personal exhibitionism; to demonstrate a skill, talent or property for the purpose of bragging or personal exhibitionism.
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To offer an example for clarification
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To lay open (to danger, attack, ridicule, etc.); leave unprotected
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The definition of a manifestation is the proof of the reality of something, often a site or a smell.
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Ostentation is an overdone, pretentious, vulgar or tacky display of wealth or knowledge.
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A usually pompous or ostentatious display or sequence:
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An ostentatious show; an exhibition:
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Something exhibited to view; usually, something presented to view as extraordinary, or as unusual and worthy of special notice; a remarkable or noteworthy sight; a show; a pageant
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To tell about or praise (a product, service, etc.) publicly, as through newspapers, handbills, radio, television, etc., so as to make people want to buy it
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To display conspicuously or publicly.
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To reveal (dental plaque) as by applying a special coloring agent to the teeth
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To show plainly; indicate; make manifest; esp., to show that one has (a specified quality, feeling, etc.)
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To be at the peak of development, activity, influence, production, etc.; be in one's prime
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To show or manifest by symptoms; to point to as the proper remedies.
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To reveal the identity of
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Unveil is to take off a covering in order to reveal or show something.
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To put out of sight; hide
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(--- Archaic) To uncover
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To make clear or evident; show plainly; reveal; evince
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To wave, shake, or exhibit in a menacing, challenging, or exultant way; flourish
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Sport is defined as to wear, usually something that calls attention.
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(Intransitive) To express or convey ideas, either through verbal or nonverbal means; to have intercourse, to exchange information. [from 16th c.]
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To serve as a medium of transmission for; transmit:
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To represent by a sign, symbol, number, or formula:
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An orderly series, arrangement or sequence.
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The act of presenting or bringing to view or notice
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The action of presenting something:
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The unwarranted assumption that one is deserving of merit, or behavior indicative of such an assumption; pretentiousness:
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Pedantry is an excessive attention to the rules or paying strong attention to the minor points of learning.
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A theatrical performance.
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An arrangement is defined as a combination of things that make up a design or that are laid out in a certain way.
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The definition of demonstration is a proof or example of something.
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A formal exhibition or presentation before an audience, as a play, musical program, etc.; show
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Something, as a writing or event, containing or showing such a communication, disclosure, or manifestation
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The definition of a procession is a group of people or things moving forward moving forward in an orderly and organized fashion.
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​(photography) An instance of taking a photograph.
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The way things seem to be
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Plural form of waxwork
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A noisy quarrel or display of anger
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An exhibition intended to inform people about a product or business opportunity:
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A showy manner or display.
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Useless things; trifles.
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(Often figuratively) The process by which something unfolds or becomes revealed.
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The concept or character projected to the public, as by a person or institution, especially as interpreted by the mass media:
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A wider part of a narrow road, enabling vehicles to pass one another
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A small amount, especially of a fluid:
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The definition of a sample is a small part of something used to represent the whole or to learn something about the whole.
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(Intransitive) To reveal oneself; to become communicative.
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To appear in true character
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To indicate or communicate by signs or symbols:
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Perform is defined as to complete something, to meet the requirements or to act in a show.
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(Cricket) To cause a batsman (a player on the batting team) to be dismissed or out.
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To make evident; indicate; show
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To let air into or through; put where air can dry, cool, freshen, etc.
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To produce an image or visual representation of (an internal body part or action, for example) by radiological or other technology.
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Arrange is defined as to handle the details of an event, or to plan or cause some event to happen.
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To make bare; strip.
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To present for effect
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To present for effect
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To give a share or portion of
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To put into effect as a regulation.
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(American) Alternative spelling of publicise.
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To put (something) in a place where it will be harder to discover or out of sight.
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To conceal, hide, disguise, screen, obscure, etc.
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Vanity is the quality of having too much pride one's appearance or accomplishments or a bathroom cabinet that has a mirror and a sink.
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A notice, such as a poster or a paid announcement in the print, broadcast, or electronic media, designed to attract public attention or patronage.
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Marked by or given to extravagant, often tasteless display.
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Characteristic of the theater; dramatic; esp. (in disparagement), melodramatic, histrionic, showy, or affected
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The description or illustration of coats of arms
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A very brief musical piece serving as to introduce a dignitary or announcement
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A splendid display of something.
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(Sculpting) To shape roughly as a preparation for the finer work to follow; to cut to the general form required.
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To inscribe upon.
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To enlarge in area, scope, influence, meaning, effect, etc.; widen; broaden; expand; spread
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To serve as a model
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Sight is defined as to see, notice or observe.
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To produce on a stage, to perform a play.
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To carry or have on one's person as covering, adornment, or protection:
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(Colloquial, countable) A beating or spanking.
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To produce and discharge a substance, especially from the cells of specialized glands. For example, the islets of Langerhans in the pancreas secrete the hormone insulin.
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To record or perform a cover of
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To keep (a physical object that one has obtained) to oneself rather than giving it back to its owner.
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To make bare; uncover or reveal:
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To remove the clothing or cover from; strip.
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To state emphatically or authoritatively; affirm:
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To amuse (oneself) in a light, frolicsome manner.
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(Intransitive, of liquid) To evaporate suddenly. See Flash evaporation.
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To carry or hold in the mind over time; harbor:
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(Agric.) To bear as a crop; produce
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To feel and show
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To keep control over or maintain (oneself, one's mind, etc.)
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A device that accepts video signals from a computer and provides information in a visual form.
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A style of type orig. designed by Claude Garamond, 16th-cent. Fr. type founder
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The signboard above a shop or other location open to the public.
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The front or fore part of anything; front face of a thing.
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(Idiomatic) To place items further apart.
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To offer for observation, examination, or consideration; show or display:
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To concoct; think up
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To go out, leave.
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